Each season (Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn), an Immigrant Love box arrives at your – or your loved one's – doorstep. With every box, you'll explore a new country's vibrant coffee flavors and culture, guided by an entrepreneur from that country. Each box includes premium + ethically farmed coffee, a handwritten note from the featured entrepreneur, and other joyful surprises :)
"I'm obsessed with Immigrant Love. It is the perfect gift that combines curated cultural experiences, social impact, and – of course – delicious coffee. It brings our family so much joy!"Get your 1st box!
Vince Nguyen × Vietnam
Vietnamese-American × Orange County, California. Nam Coffee.
Vietnamese Coffee Culture Box.
In The Box: Handwritten Note from Vince; District One Coffee grown by in Vietnam; Vietnamese "Phin" Coffee Filter; Condensed Milk from Vietnam; Spotify Music Playlist; Nam Coffee pin
"I launched Nam Coffee to honor my culture and show that, yes, Vietnam can make fresh-roasted coffee that’s amazing. In Vietnam, coffee is not just a drink – it’s a way of life. Just like in America, we drink it every day, from morning to night. But I think one thing Vietnamese people do differently is that we love to enjoy the process of making coffee slowly, using the traditional ‘phin filter.’ Vietnamese coffee is very unique because of its bold taste, good aroma, and high caffeine."
Areli Barrera de Grodski × Mexico
Mexican-American × Durham, North Carolina. Little Waves Coffee Roasters & Cocoa Cinnamon.
Mexican Heritage Box.
In The Box: Handwritten Note from Areli; Tierra de mi Padre Coffee grown by a women's co-op in Nayarit, Mexico; Cinnamon and Piloncillo for Café de Olla; Copal and Charcoal Disc for Incense; Spotify Music Playlist; Sticker Sheet
“A lot of the history and literature that I learned about are deeply rooted in our menu and a lot of historical knowledge about Latin America and Indigenous people plays a role in how I look at the trading system. In the position of sourcing green coffee, it is not something that I take lightly. I’m always striving to uplift and support Black, Indigenous women, and producers of color at origin.”
Chef Louisa Shafia × Iran × Persian New Year Box
Iranian-American × Nashville, Tennessee. Feast By Louisa.
Persian New Year Box.
In The Box: Handwritten Note from Louisa; Cardamom Coffee grown by Cafe Femenino; Date Syrup; Nabat Rock Sugar; Collectible Recipe Card
"My father came from Iran, but his heritage was very removed from our lives and he didn’t like to talk about it. Researching recipes and connecting with other
Iranians and my extended Iranian family helped me uncover the mystery of my own background. Finding myself through the food of my heritage is an ongoing
process in my life. We are so excited to bring you this beautiful coffee set! It represents the Iranian passion for hospitality, which often takes the form of entertaining guests over a cardamom-infused beverage and bite-sized sweets."
Frentz Neptune × Haiti × Haitian Warmth Box
Haitian-American × Orlando, Florida. Avanti Coffee Company.
Haitian Warmth Box.
In the Box: Handwritten Note from Frentz; Frize and Ayiti Coffee grown in Haiti; Photograph from Frentz of the Gulf of St. Marc with Personal Note; Haiti Kitchen Magnet representing Avanti Farmers
"My wife and I started Avanti Coffee Company to help Haitian coffee farmers in rural mountain villages earn a living wage for their premium, organic beans. We especially wanted to help farmers who lost their homes in Hurricane Matthew; Avanti is buying their coffee crops at fair wages, which protects them and their families. I want to build a company that can get Haitian coffee on the map again. It will help both of the countries that I love so much."
“This is a special product and an
important cause to support, transforming
your relationship with coffee from a commodity routine to a personal,
sustainable and socially-conscious part of your day.”
"The perfect gift: thoughtful, exciting, and impactful."
"Such a beautiful way to experience other cultures, while giving back to small business owners blazing a trail in America."
"The talented immigrant and refugee small business owners bring so much energy to the box with their eye-opening stories/journeys, along with their unique coffee flavors and styles."